London attack: Police know identities of killers

London attack: Police know identities of killers

London attack: Police know identities of killers

McMullan was said to have been drinking with friends when he stepped out for a smoke from The Barrowboy & Banker, a pub near where the attackers crashed their van before launching a stabbing spree.

Archibald worked at the Calgary homeless shelter Alpha House before moving to Europe.

"She had room in her heart for everyone and believed strongly that every person was to be valued and respected", the family statement said.

Her family said the former homeless shelter worker "would have had no understanding of the callous cruelty that caused her death".

People in the area said the man had joined a mosque nearby after he had an argument with the community at another and abruptly left.

Senator Mark Warner, a Democrat and vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told CNN that it "troubles" him to see the kinds of tweets Trump has put out in the aftermath of the London attacks. Seven people were killed and dozens wounded.

Police stand guard on Ripple Road in east London, where officers have conducted raids after Saturday's deadly terror attack in the capital, Monday June 5, 2017.

Khan, in an interview with BBC just hours after the attack, had said, "My message to Londoners and visitors to our great city is to be calm and vigilant today". The government and diplomats on the ground in London are advising travellers to avoid the affected areas, follow the instructions of local authorities and monitor local media.

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Trudeau says he's heartbroken that a Canadian was killed. "We will continue to work together with the United Kingdom and all our allies to fight terrorism and bring perpetrators to justice". Grande held a concert on Sunday to benefit the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, which was expanded to recognize the new victims in London. "This time will be no different".

Ms May, who is facing a general election later this week, said during her address that "things can not continue as they are", and that soft attitudes towards extremism, as well as online radicalisation, had paved the way for this type of incident. "This is why Canada, and our allies, must be fully committed to confronting and destroying this terrorist threat".

The revelations will add to pressure on the authorities over whether enough is being done to tackle extremism, after it emerged that Butt is the third terrorist in recent months to carry out an attack despite being known to security services.

"We saw him many, many times around here", said Salahudeen, a 40-year-old driving instructor.

One of the Police Scotland's most senior officers Assistance Chief Constable Steve Johnson, however, said there is no specific information about an attack on Scotland.

In a televised statement, the prime minister said the attack marked a "new trend in the threat we face" - assaults in which both methods and ideology echoed those of previous strikes.

The Islamic State militant group, which is losing territory in Syria and Iraq to an offensive backed by a US-led coalition, has claimed responsibility for the attack.

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